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Look out, it's the guys turn! This week we dig into some manly free time with some anime of questionable taste, Mass Effect 2 and... AMVs are manly right? Then we dig into an excellent dark and erotic anime about a beautiful private eye who can't be killed. Yeah, you know you gotta check this one out.
Ladies vs. Butlers, Kiss and Sis; of course these are Nicholas' free time labor of... love? Heh, anyway Kaiji rages through a marathon Mass Effect 2 session and Roy looks for inspiration for his anime music video on AnimeMusicVideo.org. Hey, 2 ot of 3 ain't bad.
Soichi Negishi is a shy and gentle young man who dreams of a career as a pop musician. Dreams don't pay the bills, so he's ended up as the lead singer and lead guitarist of a death metal band called "Detroit Metal City." Directed by Toshio Lee, is this anime that takes it's name from the KISS single "Detroit Rock City" worth a watch? Find out what Bailey thinks.
Rin: Daughters of Mnemosyne, directed by Shigeru Ueda and written by Hiroshi Onogi, is a six-episode Japanese anime television series produced by Xebec and Genco, featuring grotesque and erotic visuals. The anime was produced to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the AT-X network, which it originally aired on. Funimation Entertainment licensed the series in North America. The plot, rich in the mix of murder and action, is set in modern and near-future Tokyo, and revolves around Rin Asogi, an immortal female private investigator.
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9 months ago
This is art. http://t.co/Ue1ECb9h
10 months ago
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11 months ago
To all the new folks joining AnimeTV - いっらしゃいませ！- Welcome!
11 months ago
Can't wait to see how this turns out!... http://t.co/xY8VOoPO
11 months ago
@JonKamelot Thanks! It was definitely stuck in our head for years.